Quit Your Job and Travel the World: How we did it and you can too!
Author: Ian Norman
In March 2014, Ian and Diana called it quits on their traditional American lives and set out to explore the world. They now live a sustainable life of full time travel, working for themselves and seeking adventure at the same time. Here on North to South, they document their journey in achieving and maintaining this "road less traveled" way of life.
The Galápagos Islands are a wildlife photography paradise. Of all the places we’ve visited around the world, the Galápagos Islands were the most spectacular place for seeing and photographing wildlife.
We put a lot of thought into the photography gear that we would bring for such a trip, and we learned pretty quickly what was most valuable to us for capturing all of the amazing animals around the islands. In this post we share our list of the best photography gear for photographing wildlife in the Galápagos Islands, with options for different levels of photography experience and trip packing desires.
Our van is super cozy, especially when we’re in the upstairs bed loft. But being comfortable and cozy while campervanning isn’t as easy as it might seem. We rarely like to fully plan our travels, usually opting for spontaneity when possible. But when it comes to vanlife, that can create some real problems.